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#216278 - 09/27/13 07:49 AM [Foro para el usuario de Band-in-a-Box en Español] Frecuencia de muestreo y bits
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altuveguitar Offline
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Hola, saludos a todos, quisiera saber si Band in a Box trabaja con frecuencias de muestreo de 44.1 solo, o tambien con 48, 88, y 96 khz y tambien con cuantos bits, solo 16 o 24 tambien? Gracias por la ayuda.

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#216306 - 09/27/13 01:48 PM [Foro para el usuario de Band-in-a-Box en Español] Re: Frecuencia de muestreo y bits [Re: altuveguitar]
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Hola David,

Band-in-a-Box acepta y reproduce su propio audio en una resolucion nativa de 44.1 khz y una profundidad de 16 bits. Sin embargo permite grabar y reproducir en otras frecuencias gracias a un proceso de conversion automática que realiza en las ocasiones en que otros rangos de valores son recibidos por el programa o aún cuando los dispositivos en el sistema, como la tarjeta de audio, esten configuradas en otros valores, como 48, 88 y 96 khz y 24, 32 bits. Es notorio observar por ejemplo que luego de grabar audio en un rango de valores diferente a 44.1 y 16 bits, aparece una barra de progreso en Band-in-a-Box que nos muestra el proceso de conversión automático.
También es importante hacer notar que algunos sistemas equipados con controladores viejos "legacy" o heredados podrían causar ciertos problemas de compatibilidad entre ellos y Band-in-a-Box, pero realmente ocurre en muy contadas ocasiones y practicamente nunca con sistemas actualizados y con controladores estables y sólidos.

Saludos,

Carlos
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#216316 - 09/27/13 03:42 PM [Foro para el usuario de Band-in-a-Box en Español] Re: Frecuencia de muestreo y bits [Re: altuveguitar]
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altuveguitar Offline
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Gracias maestro por su respuesta, me gustaria saber si existe alguna mejoria en el audio cuando se convierte de 44.1 /16 a por ejemplo 48/24 en el Band ina box. Y si seria mejor grabar en los valores originales del programa en lugar de otros , ya que despues serán convertidos de nuevo .
Gracias por su ayuda maestro!

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#216739 - 10/01/13 02:49 AM [Foro para el usuario de Band-in-a-Box en Español] Re: Frecuencia de muestreo y bits [Re: altuveguitar]
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CarlosEArellano Offline
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Hola David,

En realidad no existe mejoría al cambiar dichos valores de frecuencia de muestreo y profundidad de bits desde valores inferiores a superiores, lo contrario si puede por supuesto reducir la calidad de un audio. Sin embargo vale la pena acotar que en el campo de la grabación y edición de audio es siempre preferible trabajar con valores lo mas razonablemente altos posibles para dejarle holgura a los procesos en cuanto a resolución se refiere y de esa manera distribuir mejor los recursos disponibles sin desmedro de la calidad subjetiva del audio. Por eso se recomienda en las estaciones de trabajo de audio (DAW) configurar la resolución a un mínimo de 48 khz/24 o 32 bit , de esta forma dispondremos de holgura digital o ancho de banda suficiente para asegurar una solida reproducción, conversión y procesamiento digital, sobre todo al usar numerosos plugins o recursos del programa.

Saludos,

Carlos
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#TipTuesday - The Band-in-a-Box® 2020 Feature Browser!

Don't underestimate the power of the Feature Browser added with Band-in-a-Box® 2020! This is a GREAT resource when you "know that you knew a feature" but just can't quite remember how to find it!

Simply click on the [?] at the top of the program (near the Mixer on the right) to launch this feature. From there, simply type in your query, or choose from the long list that appears in the Feature Browser window. If you're typing it in, you'll see that list change to only show the results that could fit your search - once you find what you're looking for, you can read more about it when you choose [Manual], if there's a video for the feature you can choose [Video] to view it, OR - if you don't need to read about the feature and just want to USE it, choose [Do it] and you're all set!

Watch this new feature in action when you jump to the subject in our New Features video:

10:19 - New Feature - Feature Browser

Give the Gift of Music with Band-in-a-Box®!

Did you wait too long to purchase flowers, a card, or book a restaurant for Valentine's Day? Or, maybe material gifts just aren't your thing?

Why not whip together a song in Band-in-a-Box? It's as easy as typing in some chords, choosing a style, and pressing play!

Or, take it a step further with the help of the Audio Chord Wizard and our StylePicker Song Titles Browser feature!
How???
-Use the Audio Chord Wizard to analyze their favorite song and provide you with the chord progression
-Take that chord progression and start a new project in Band-in-a-Box (choose "Erase the Audio WAV file in BB" | Enable style)
-Head to the StylePicker window, search for a style for that song using the "Song Titles Browser" Feature (top right)
-Choose from the list provided
-Press Play!

Like what you hear? Save it, and viola!

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Get Out Your Guitar with Band-in-a-Box®!

Today is Get Out Your Guitar Day! To celebrate, "they" recommend gathering up a few friends with guitars to ROCK!

But, what if you're unable to round up your crew? That's where Band-in-a-Box® comes in!

There are more than 1,100 Guitar RealTracks available in Sets 1-352 by over 50 RealTracks Artists! Jam along with any of them when you create your own song using Guitar RealTracks, or play one of the demo songs for any Guitar you choose in the RealTracks picker dialog - simply choose your Guitar and click on the [Song Demo...] button within that window.

OR take it even farther when you head to the Soloist within Band-in-a-Box® and choose "Trade" when generating a Guitar Soloist track - choose between 2, 4, or 8 bars!

Learn more about the Trade option within Band-in-a-Box in Chapter 9 | "The Soloist" of our Online Manual.

RealBand® Bar Settings Explained

Pressing the [Bar] button or f5 while in the Chords Window of RealBand brings up the Settings for Bar for that song.

What can you do in Bar Settings?
-Key Changes
-Style Changes
-Instrument Changes
-RealTracks Changes (opens a new window)
-Access the UserTracks Development Settings
-assign bars to repeat
-Reset - All Bars or Current Bar

Band-in-a-Box® Bar Settings Explained

Right-click on any bar within Band-in-a-Box®, and you'll gain access to the Bar Settings for your song!
(also accessed by choosing "Settings for Current Bar" within the Edit menu of the program, or clicking f5)

What can you do within this window?
-Edit the number of beats per bar
-tempo changes
-Key Signature changes
-volume changes for each track (Bass, Piano, Drums, etc)
-MIDI Patch Changes
-Harmony Changes (choose which bar & beat!)
-access to UserTracks Development
-Clear the Style
-Access to RealDrums features (including Clearing the RealDrums)
-change the RealTracks at selected bar
-Reset ALL the bars or the selected bar
-Access Print Summary of Bar Settings

We have a video about Bar Settings, if you're interested: Band-in-a-Box® for Windows: Bar Settings Overview

For those that like to read about features, check out the PDF manual, specifically Chapter 6: Making Songs. Or, read this information within the Online Manual.

#TBT - The Release of RealTracks with Band-in-a-Box® 2008!

With Band-in-a-Box® 2007, we added RealDrums, which program users were THRILLED to see!

So, with Band-in-a-Box® 2008 we added RealTracks! Initially, 3 were released:
1. Real Pedal Steel
2. Real Acoustic Guitar
3. Tenor Sax soloing (RealSax)

Do you remember these? We do! We got a chance to "show them off" at Musikmesse that year, and the response was overwhelming - EVERYONE loves RealTracks! Adding real instruments played by top studio musicians adds an exciting human element to all your Band-in-a-Box songs!

Now there are over 2,900 RealTracks available in RealTracks Sets 1-352! Get them ALL with every Band-in-a-Box® 2020 UltraPAK, UltraPAK+, or Audiophile Edition.

Other new features added when we released Band-in-a-Box® 2008 included:
-MultiStyles
-Medley Maker
-Key signature changes at any bar
-"Fixed Do" Chord Entry and Display
...and more!

To reminisce on all the features released with older versions of Band-in-a-Box®, head to Help | Contents | Features within the program. There are separate lists going all the way back to Band-in-a-Box® Version 7!

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